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Oct 06, 2011 22:17 |  #1

A little different from my other stuff...

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Oct 07, 2011 11:26 |  #2

Wow. Looks really like a Ballerina :)


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Oct 07, 2011 11:41 as a reply to  @ Karlgoro's post |  #3

You are something else with those waterdrops,Itried some last year sometime and never got any thing like that.

good job once again

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Oct 07, 2011 17:13 |  #4

Your gallery is stunning Jim, masterclass


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Oct 07, 2011 19:28 |  #5

dicklaxt wrote in post #13217744 (external link)
You are something else with those waterdrops,Itried some last year sometime and never got any thing like that.

good job once again

dick

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!


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Oct 07, 2011 19:28 |  #6

bobb d wrote in post #13218930 (external link)
Your gallery is stunning Jim, masterclass

Thanks so much for stopping by my Flickr galleries.


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Oct 07, 2011 20:27 |  #7

Very nice effect!




  
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Oct 07, 2011 23:00 |  #8

This shot has grown on me. It does look like a dress.

Wonderful work


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Oct 07, 2011 23:11 |  #9

Karlgoro wrote in post #13217667 (external link)
Wow. Looks really like a Ballerina :)

What a nice image - care to share set up?
and it does have a female figure to it - good eye karl




  
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Oct 07, 2011 23:31 |  #10

Wow! Pretty much speechless. That is amazing!


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Oct 08, 2011 01:21 |  #11

Wonderful capture
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Oct 08, 2011 03:10 as a reply to  @ LordV's post |  #12

Incredible shots!! How on earth do you do it? From a very amateur newbie to Canon.


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Oct 08, 2011 05:49 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #13

wow, again!


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Oct 08, 2011 14:31 |  #14

roseyposey wrote in post #13220518 (external link)
Incredible shots!! How on earth do you do it? From a very amateur newbie to Canon.

Basically, it involves precisely timing drops of water so they collide with each other and capturing that moment in time. It involves electronic timing equipment, and electronically controlled valves. It's very addicting. I have put many hours into perfecting technique, and constructing equipment. I have 2 custom built drop tanks constructed from donor aquariums. The really cool part is that you can get started with an eye dropper, colored water, and a bowl. All you need is a single off camera strobe, and a tripod to mount your camera on.

Thanks for the comments.


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Oct 09, 2011 01:39 as a reply to  @ jwkramer's post |  #15

I see, then this collision is actually one drop overtaking the other in free fall is that correct,if so then the question arises about the size of the droplet ,are they different.

This has/is a science not just a casual water drop

Great efforts reap great results.

Wonderful is all I can say

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